Jenny Price

writer, artist and historian

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Writer, artist, historian in and about Los Angeles; author of Flight Maps: Adventures With Nature in Modern America, she also helped create the Our Malibu Beaches smartphone app, which helps people find public access to LA's beaches

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If you’re planning a beach day this long weekend, one place you won’t be going is El Sol County Beach in Malibu. L.A.

Malibu's El Sol Beach Closed to the Public

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Tomorrow, beach goers in Malibu will have something to celebrate: public access to Carbon Beach, also called "Billionaires' Beach" because of the multi-million-dollar homes that line…

"Billionaires' Beach" a Milestone in Malibu Public Beach Battle

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A stretch of the Los Angeles River opened over the weekend for nature walks and kayak excursions.

The LA River Is Open

A stretch of the Los Angeles River opened over the weekend for nature walks and kayak excursions.

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